Learn how toxic chemicals from Monsanto are poisoning infants and fetuses, and how to fight it!
Tags: ddt, GE food, GE foods, genetically engineered food, genetically engineered foods, genetically modified food, genetically modified foods, genetically modified organism, genetically modified organisms, glyphosate, gmo, GMOs, Monsanto, poisoning babies, pregnant women, Roundup, toxic, toxic food, toxin
Monsanto has been fortified several times over by injecting its DNA into Capitol Hill. Here are 10 things that need to happen to keep the company in check here at home.
When you go to the supermarket, do you know which foods are most likely to be—or contain ingredients that are—genetically engineered?
Despite the mainstream media’s decision to ignore a worldwide march, the movement to end Monsanto’s toxic grip on agriculture is expanding.
Tags: alternet, april m. short, california, food backlash, genetically engineered seeds, genetically modified foods, gmo, gmo corn, march against monsanto, Monsanto, nongmo, protests
The stars are coming together to get the word out about GMOs with the big March Against Monsanto around the corner.
Tags: agent orange, bill maher, caen university, corn, crops, danny devito, dave matthews, david knowles, ddt, food democracy now, genetically modified foods, gmo, hugh grant, monsanto protection act, new york daily news, nk603, saccharine, wall street journal
It appears Monsanto has successfully slipped a law through Congress that will allow it to continue selling genetically modified products even if a federal judge orders them off the market.
Tags: center for food safety, environmental advocates, food democracy now, food safety, genetically modified foods, gmo, house, legislation, mother jones, politics, senate
Whole Foods is raising the bar on GMO labeling, in a move that could radically change the food industry for good.
Tags: a c gallo, american medical association, bio, biotech industry, corn, cornucopia institute, fda, food industry, gary hirshberg, genetic engineering, genetically modified foods, grocery manufacturers association, just label it, karen batra, labeling requirement, labels, louis finkel, manufacturers, mark kastel, non gmo project, prop 37, soybeans, whole foods market, world health organization